Leland Creer

Born on April 19, 1895 in Spanish Fork, Utah, Leland Creer served as the seventh president of the college. He received his Master's of Arts at the University of Utah.

During Creer's principalship, campus life improved considerably. Once frowned upon, dances became a standard event on campus. Also, activities were planned one year in advance so as to maintain a structured calendar.

Under Creer's administration the school began to implement changes that would eventually lead to the elimination of the high school curriculum.